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Almost weekend!

Hello everyone! How are you?? I hope you didn´t think I had forgotten about you? hehe. I´ve just been soo busy today. I have a few deadlines and I decided to spend the whole day writing Christmas cards (for my members at With Marie) + my family and friends, just to get it all out and away. I still have a few cards more to write but I´m waiting for more to arrive in the post. The weekend will be pretty fun but full on. Tomorrow, I´ll be in the studio creating content and filming for a new how-to video. I´m doing some pretty florals in softer tones, if it dosent rain I´ll go for a forage too. Saturday is Sankta Lucia preperation day. So, I´m going to bake, yes me (SEND HELP), Sankta Lucia buns for Sunday. Yaay.! All good fun. Sunday will be a editing day, and if I can get around to making a garland, I´ll do that too. SO yeah, lots to do.

me out in the Chateau woods foraging for winter greens for the big wreath. The sunlight was so lovely

La Chatre

I picked up flowers on Tuesday and we went to Bernards shop to look for some pressies. I found a pretty mirror for my bedroom

the big Christmas wreath for the gate! It was so fun and actually very quick to make. I dried orange sliced and found zinnamon sticks from the kitchen. I ´ve been gifted some red berries and pine cones, so I used those too. I ended up using tre types of winter greens, American silver fir,Eastern white pine and European Larch.

Right, I have some more work to do before I have a date with Philip and Stephanie to watch the Crown. Episode 3 next, so excited!!

Have a lovely weekend everyone xx

5 Comments

  1. I think the orange slices would have more impact if wired together also the Cinnamon in groups , looks good,I use to make a very large wreath in 2 parts so when the double door use to shut in made a complete circle.

  2. Fabulous work on all levels. On episode 5 of advent calendar the song that played at the end sounds like one of your fav artists. Looking for the artist and name of the song. I just adore it

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